Folk-Noir balladeer Rachel Sermanni is returning with the release of her new studio album, ‘Tied To The Moon’, via Middle Of Nowhere Recordings on July 10th. Tied To The Moon is her second full studio album following 2012’s debut, ‘Under Mountains’. Tied To The Moon was conceived in March 2014, in an apartment above a pottery studio deep in the sticks of Nova Scotia. Bookended by her routine of going for a morning run in the surrounding ten acre forest and silent afternoons of coffee and pistachios, Rachel would sit, in total solitude; writing; reading; playing music. In the space of these four days she unintentionally wrote six songs – four that would later become the core of Tied To The Moon: ‘Tractor’, ‘This Love’, ‘Banks Are Broken’ and ‘Old Lady's Lament’. She enlisted the help of Colin Macleod (recording and production), Jennifer Austin (piano, organ and backing vocals), Gordon Skene (bass and cello) and Louis Linklater (drums) and tracked all takes, live, in Colin’s living room in the Scottish Highlands.
at Eden Court Theatre
Highland, United Kingdom